Episode 2.10: Dairy Cows, Climate Change and Settler Colonialism: Insights from Aotearoa/New Zealand

Adam

Aotearoa/New Zealand’s dairy sector contributes 1/4 of that country’s greenhouse gas emissions. Dr John Reid (University of Canterbury), and Dr. Hugh Campbell (University of Otago), show us how Māori sustainability values are having a growing influence on the sector’s response …

Episode 2.10: Dairy Cows, Climate Change and Settler Colonialism: Insights from Aotearoa/New Zealand

Episode 2.10: Dairy Cows, Climate Change and Settler Colonialism: Insights from Aotearoa/New Zealand In this episode we talk about dairy farming and climate change in Aotearoa/New Zealand, focusing on how settler-colonial dynamics shape this complex story. New Zealand’s dairy sector …

Episode 1.10: Treaty Relations and Environmental Politics in Canada

Adam

Reflecting on the history and relationships that underpin two documentary films they made together, Dr. Sherry Pictou and Dr. Martha Stiegman discuss how the Mi’kmaq work to assert treaty rights over their land and fisheries in the face of colonialism …

Episode 1.10: Treaty Relations and Environmental Politics in Canada

Episode 10: Treaty Relations and Environmental Politics in Canada What does it mean to be a treaty partner in Canada today? In this episode we speak with Dr. Sherry Pictou and Dr. Martha Stiegman about two documentary films they created …

Episode 1.4: Environmental Racism & Justice in Canada

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Racism and colonialism are deeply entrenched in the field of ecopolitics. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Andil Gosine, professor in the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change at York University, and Tzazná Miranda Leal, Workers Rights Organizer and …

Episode 1.4: Environmental Racism & Justice in Canada

Episode 4: Environmental Racism & Justice in Canada Racism and colonialism are deeply entrenched in the field of ecopolitics. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Andil Gosine, professor in the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change at York University, …